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Anyone taking off the rear inside panels?

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Old 06-28-2010, 08:36 PM
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Anyone taking off the rear inside panels?

On the EL models, anyone taken off the rear right inside panels? What's in there? Any room? I am heaving considering shoving some subwoofers and amps somewhere. Obviously I can replace the factory sub with a 10 or the JL box. . .but looking for some space in the other side.

Additionally anyone have instructions on how to take those side panels off?
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